Saudi Arabia Appoints Its Ambassador to Syria After 12 Years

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Saudi Arabia Appoints Its Ambassador to Syria After 12 Years

After 12 years, Saudi Arabia appointed its ambassador to Syria.

After 12 years, Saudi Arabia appointed a new ambassador to Syria for the first time.

Saudi Arabia’s news agency announced on Monday that Faisal bin Saud Al-Mujal has been chosen as the new Riyadh ambassador to Damascus.

The selection of a new Saudi ambassador to Syria comes one year after the resumption of relations between the two countries.

Saudi Arabia had severed its ties with Syria after the civil war.


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